Paradise Parking

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American artists Peter Lippman spent two years to find out places in forests where old cars rusts. In 
the series Paradise Parking photographer shows how nature takes over 
abandoned creations of human hands, how lying for decades old cars, 
overgrown with moss and ivy entangled, become a harmonious part of the 
surrounding space.

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Photos by Peter Lippman

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